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Monday, October 24, 2011

In August after some alarming results from my blood work, I was told my cholesterol was high again (it yo yos) and that my blood sugar was high that I might have a little bit diabetes going on. That D word scared me extremely. Thatís when "Eat to Live' found me at just the perfect time. I clicked on the icon that showed up on Facebook and learned about ETL. I ordered the book for my kindle and was reading it in seconds. It made so much sense to me that I began the 6 week challenge the middle of August as of October 1, I had lost 21 lbs. moved down into a new set of numbers and a lower BMI category! This is the biggest accomplishment in 20 years!! I was so happy; however I began to slack and put 3 lbs back on and the stuck there for 2 weeks. So I want to recommit and add increased accountability to help me stay focused and on track.
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    21 lbs. is fantastic! Good job!
    1822 days ago
    Wow, Thanks for your encouragement . I have gotten those 3 lbs. off and I am working on losing the next 4 to make to loss 25lbs. by next week. I walked most days this week and will continue. I'm having a love affair with greens and beans!!!! Thanks again for your support. emoticon
    1823 days ago
    Catching your gain after only 3 pounds is worthy of a huge pat on the back!
    1824 days ago
  • BLACK741
    Great job in losing and in catching it after the 3 lb gain. Glad that you are recommitting and not giving up!!!!!!!!!!! Somehow we all get this mental thing that we can stop our healthy eating and go back to our old ways, but that's what got us in bad shape to start with, have to hit that mental switch so it says in the healthy position!
    1824 days ago
    1824 days ago
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